Robotics With ARM MP

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Robotics with ARM µP Training imparts the knowledge to understand the difference between different types of robots including mobile robots, autonomous robots, and manual robots. Participants learn about various controllers, interfacing parts, and sensors. Robotics training helps the candidates to gain understanding on how to control multitasking activities and wireless communication. Moreover, this robotics development with ARM microprocessor builds the proficiency in implementing locomotion in robots. Hands-on exposure on different projects will make the trainees more confident about their learning.

Upon the completion of training, the will inculcate the following skill set:

  • Understand the fundamentals of robots and the procedure of building robots
  • Differentiate between different types of robots
  • Study the concept of microcontrollers and embedded controllers
  • Familiar with ways of establishing interface covering LCD interfacing, ADC interfacing, DC and stepper motor interfacing using UL2003 with controllers
  • Implement serial communication and interrupt programming
  • Understand different types of sensors and actuators
  • Practice scheduling and multitasking
  • Describe the wireless communication model and its working
  • Implement locomotion in robots
Target audience
  • Students of BE / B. Tech. courses (Electronics, Electronics & Telecommunication, Instrumentation, Electrical).
  • Professionals willing to understand or switch their working area to Robotics with ARM 7 microprocessor.
Prerequisites
  • Candidates having knowledge of electronics fundamentals coupled with some programming experience are the ideal participants for this course.
  • The knowledge equivalent to EA1: ARM 7 microcontroller course is essential.

1. Introduction to Robotics

  • Types of robots
  • Legged robots
  • Mobile robots
  • Autonomous robots
  • Manual robots
  • Robotic arm
  • Procedure of building robots

2. Robots and Controllers

  • Mobile Robots
  • Embedded Controllers
  • Brief study of Microcontrollers
  • Interfaces
  • Operating System
  • Serial communication concepts with programming 
  • Interrupt programming and embedded c concepts how to use KEIL with C concepts

3. Interfacing parts

  • LCD interfacing with assembly and c concepts
  • ADC interfacing with controllers

4. Motor interfacing

  • DC motor interfacing using UL2803 with controllers
  • Stepper motor interfacing using UL2003 with controllers
  • Servo motor interfacing with controllers

5. Sensors

  • Introduction to sensors
  • IR sensors module
  • Ultrasonic sensors
  • Photoelectric sensors
  • Sensor Categories
  • Binary Sensor
  • Analog versus Digital Sensors
  • Shaft Encoder
  • A/D Converter
  • Position Sensitive Device
  • Compass
  • Gyroscope, Accelerometer, Inclinometer
  • Digital Camera

6. Actuators

  • DC Motors
  • H-Bridge
  • Pulse Width Modulation
  • Stepper Motors
  • Servos
  • References

7. Control

  • On-Off Control
  • PID Control
  • Velocity Control and Position Control
  • Multiple Motors – Driving Straight
  • V-Omega Interface

8. Multitasking

  • Cooperative Multitasking
  • Preemptive Multitasking
  • Synchronization
  • Scheduling
  • Interrupts and Timer-Activated Tasks

9. Wireless Communication

  • Communication Model
  • Messages
  • Fault-Tolerant Self-Configuration
  • User Interface and Remote Control
  • Sample Application Program

10. Locomotion in Robots

  • Wheeled
  • Legged
  • Flying
  • Floating

11. Constituents of Autonomous Robots

  • Sensors
  • Microcontrollers
  • Actuators

12. Projects on Robotics

  • Design and Development of Team of Robots with Controlled Coordination
  • Obstacle Detector & Avoider Robot
  • PC Controlled Wireless Mobile Pick and Place Robot
  • Black Line Following Robotic Car
  • Ball Tracking Robot with Image Detection
  • Remote Controlled Spy Robot with Camera Integration
  • Remote Controlled Team of Robots with Image Processing Utility
  • Other Innovative Robotics Projects
  • Spy Robot with GSM & RF Control
  • GSM Robot with Speech & Voice Control
  • Robotic ARM with GSM Control

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